The federation has long sounded the alarm
about low prices, which leave many growers operating at a loss, making the case to large coffee buyers that they should ensure producers make a profit and asking the government for subsidies.
Summary: The weather department has sounded the alarm
and asked residents to be cautious while out near the sea
Summary: Moncef Mattoussi, CEO of the Tunisian Company of Petroleum Activities (ETAP), sounded the alarm
about the impact of protest movements by unemployed youth in El Kamour, governorate of Tataouine.
Summary: Lebanon's Press Federation sounded the alarm
Thursday over what it said was the increasing rate of lawsuits by political parties and officials against media figures filed with judicial authorities rather than the Court of Publications.
And now Germany and France have sounded the alarm
bells too and are having a crisis meeting over the same icebergs at the EU if the detractors have not yet got the message that this is serious we are in trouble.
She sounded the alarm
bell after opening the Diabetes Update Symposium.
A group of residents had sounded the alarm
and were outside their homes when the crews arrived.
He turned the cooker off at the mains and sounded the alarm
Alexander Murray Anderson, 61, sounded the alarm
when he found that their van had been boxed in and was attacked by raiders armed with pick-axes and sledge-hammers in Hartlepool.
And when Big Brother finally sounded the alarm
it was met with grim faces and groans.
A colleague in the Brink's security van sounded the alarm
and the two raiders fled empty-handed.
Shell's Tern platform, 60 miles north east of Shetland, had 184 people on board when they sounded the alarm
on a fire in a generator room just after 1am.
Privacy advocates, including Federal Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, sounded the alarm
over the proposed legislation.
Mr Noble wrote: "In July 2003 Interpol concluded that the link between organised crime and counterfeit goods was well established and sounded the alarm
that (intellectual property crime) was becoming the preferred method of funding for a number of terrorist groups.
Nader's supporters will no doubt argue that these recent revelations show that we very much need the Ralph Nader who first sounded the alarm
against corporate malfeasance in the 1960s and 1970s.